Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Liquorice herbs for Ulcer

Liquorice is Glycyrrhiza glabra root, is a kind of legumes plants originating from southern Europe and some parts of Asia. Liquorice grows well in deep soil, fertile enough water and in a climate full of sun. Its leaves can amount to 9-17 strands in one branch. Liquorice grows like a shrub in parts of southern Europe (Glycyrrhiza glabra).
Liquorice herbs for Ulcer

Liquorice extract obtained by boiling the roots of plants and evaporate the water, can be sold in the form of powder or syrup (liquid). Substances contained in it is glycyrrhizin, saponins, glycosides likuiritin, asparagine, umbeliferona, glabrolida, glucose, sucrose, acid likuiritat, hidroksiglisirhitat acid, bitter substances, essential oils, and asparagines.

Liquorice herbs for Ulcer and cough treatment:
Cough: prepare liquorice 1.5 grams, 8 grams of rhizome, 3 pieces of betel leaf, and water 130 ml. Potions made ​​infusions. Taken 2 times a day, morning and evening before eating, drinking 100 ml each time. Repeated until healed.

Ulcer: liquorice 3 grams, 4 grams of turmeric rhizome, and water 130 ml. Infusion or brewed concoction made. Taken 2 times a day, morning and afternoon. Every time I drank 100 ml. repeated for 14 days. For patients who can not stand the heat of saffron, herbs can be added to dilute the water, is deposited first and then drink.

Dose that is too big and too long can result in the use hipoklamia.

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